The Groves Campus of Kalamazoo Valley Community College is offering Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training. Classes run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays from Feb. 5 to May 7, 2014.
Six Sigma professionals exist at every level, and their roles may vary based on implementation strategies within an organization. Six Sigma Green Belts are critical to problem solving projects as they assist with data collection and analysis. In addition, they can also lead Green Belt projects or teams.
During this 11-session program, the instructor will utilize just in-time lecture, interactive class discussion, real world project applications and industry examples to provide the participant with a comprehensive training of Six Sigma Greenbelt material. Participants will learn about the phases of DMAIC - Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control method for process improvement through the hands-on application of tools during project work to be completed in and out of class.
Upon completion of the program, participants will be able to: scope a project and describe the key players and their associated roles, responsibilities, knowledge, skills and abilities within Six Sigma projects; access individual tools to identify the inputs and outputs of each phase within Six Sigma; utilize statistics (mini-tab) to analyze different options for the best solution for process improvement; and leverage report and Powerpoint template tools to communicate common Six Sigma deployment strategies for real world on-the-job process improvement projects.
There is a $3,950 fee to participate in this 88-hour-long training session.
For more information contact Renae Skutnik, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 269.353.1253. To register online: Click Here.